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CHM 11200 Spring 11 Introduction & Chapter 9
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CHM 11200 Spring 2011 Professor: Dr. Cindy Harwood/Dr. Minou Bina BRWN 1144F; 494-7012 [email protected] Course Supervisors: Mrs. Amanda Logue [email protected] See Mrs. Logue for ALL lecture issues. Mr. Adam Kraft [email protected] See Mr. Kraft for ALL laboratory issues. Lectures: Tuesday & Thursday 1:30 or 2:30 pm in WTHR 200 2
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Professor Harwood Office Hours 3 Mondays 12 – 1 pm Thursdays 11 am – 12pm
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TEXTS/SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS To be purchased in the bookstores: (you may have these already) Introduction to CHEMISTRY, 2 nd Ed. by Bauer, Birk & Marks Chemistry 11200 Laboratory Manual (a carbonless, duplicate lab notebook is included in the package) A calculator with exponent, log, and square root functions A padlock (combination or key) for your lab drawer Safety Goggles Black Sharpie ® Pen for lab 4
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Important Websites for CHM 11200 Homework: CONNECT use the link on your lecture Blackboard page Lecture Notes – Blackboard http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/blackboard/index.cfm (go to Purdue homepage, direct link to “blackboard” is under “ access purdue ” at the bottom right corner) Boilercast (lecture audio and overhead screen capture) http://www.itap.purdue.edu/tlt/Boilercast Purdue Academic Success Center http://www.purdue.edu/asc , and click “for students” Everything about Purdue Chemistry Department http://www.chem.purdue.edu/ , and click “for students” 5
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Important: Labs All CHM 11200 Labs Start This Week 6
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Important: Course Packet You are responsible for knowing the policies for CHM 11200 contained in this document 7
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Course Grade pp 5-7 Maximum 975 points + extra credit 3 highest announced lecture quizzes 15 Course Policy Review in lab 10 Lab Safety Certification (on-line) 15 CONNECT homework (best 14 of 15) 140 Labs (best 11 of 12 @ 20 pts each) 220 Exams (3 @ 125 points each) 375 Final Exam 200 Total 975 + undetermined extra credit points via unannounced class (or on-line) quizzes 8
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Course Grade After the Final Exam your course grade will be based on the following scale (provided a minimum of 9 labs have been COMPLETED): A: 878 pts or more (90.0%) B: 780 877 pts (80.0%) C: 683 779 pts (70.0%) D: 585 682 pts (60.0%) F: 0 – 584 pts (<60.0% or failure to complete a minimum of 9 labs) 9
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Exam Dates pp 3 & 9 Three 60-minute, multiple-choice, evening exams will be held in the Elliott Hall of Music: Exam I: Mon., February 14 6:30 PM Exam II: Wed., March 9 6:30 PM Exam III: Mon., April 11 6:30 PM Final Exam: to be announced about midsemester Wait until you know the date of the final exam before you make travel plans that might conflict with the exam.
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